In Disney’s Frozen, Elsa is one of the only Disney princesses who doesn’t get to walk down the aisle — she becomes queen without being swept off of her feet by a handsome, heroic prince.
Elsa didn’t get a fairy tale wedding like other Disney princesses, but the Frozen Snow Queen does have her own wedding gown. According to Good Morning America, Alfred Angelo has created an Elsa-inspired wedding dress for the 2015 Disney Fairy Tale Weddings Bridal Collection.
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The dress might be snow-inspired, but only brides who aren’t bothered by the cold should wear it for a winter wedding. It’s a strapless, sparkly dress that looks similar to the Snow Queen gown that Elsa rocks in Disney’s Frozen. It features a flowy train, a sweetheart neckline, and shiny embellishments that give it that special touch of Disney magic. For brides who want to look even more like Elsa on their big day, the Frozen dress also comes in an ice blue hue.
Alfred Angelo designed eight other dresses based on Disney princesses. Good Morning America also gave Disney fans a sneak peek of dresses inspired by The Princess and the Frog and Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Each dress comes in traditional white or ivory and a second brighter color. For example, the Snow White gown comes in a blood red hue that really makes a bold statement. The other Alfred Angelo wedding dresses not shown in the video below are inspired by Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella, and Beauty and the Beast.
At Wednesday’s Alfred Angelo Spring 2015 Bridal Collection show, the model wearing the Elsa dress was applauded as walked the runway to the tune of “Let It Go” from Disney’s Frozen. She even managed to conjure up a little of Elsa’s magic to make it snow (a lot of brides will want to replicate this romantic effect on their big days).
According to the New York Daily News, the Disney’s Frozen wedding dress will be priced at $1,399. It and the other princess wedding gowns will be available for purchase in January.
Alfred Angelo designer Jason Gillen explained why women shouldn’t feel silly or childish playing princess on their big days.
“The princess of today is a strong, empowered woman, the emblem of good taste and poise and classic elegance that every woman wants to have.”
As The Inquisitr previously reported, Frozen fever is showing no signs of dying down anytime soon. Halloween costumes inspired by the Disney movie are going to be extremely popular this year, and the ABC series Once Upon a Time now features live-action versions of Elsa and Anna interacting with fairy tale characters like Snow White, Captain Hook, Prince Charming, and Little Bo Peep.
Would you wear a wedding dress inspired by Disney’s Frozen?
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